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  • Summary: Enter the world of professional Ice Hockey... Sports Interactive style. Selecting your team from more than 20 leagues around the globe, including the vaunted NHL, you'll strive to become the greatest hockey manager of all time. Build a dynasty for the future as you scout, draft and sign up new talent. You'll also need to enter negotiations to trade players and strengthen your squad. Once you've assembled a winning combination it's time to select tactics and lead your team to victory. wealth of choice, with more than 20 playable leagues from all over the world. A comprehensive database of over 3,000 real teams offering incredible depth. In excess of 32,000 players and members of staff. Updated rules and competition regulations. [Sega Europe] Expand
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  1. A management nut’s dream. It doesn’t have quite all the depth options of Worldwide Soccer Manager 2006 (better known as "Football Manager 2006"), but the number of options and the veracity of the simulation are staggering compared to anything that EA or 2K Games have come out with.
  2. If you dream it, you can do it here. [Jan 2006, p.64]
  3. A fantastically addictive and realistic management experience. [Feb 2006, p.90]
  4. Offers amazing depth of play for even the most discriminating hockey fans. [Jan 2005, p.88]
  5. It's a hockey sim - a pretty darned good one, warts and all - and having a hockey sim in which I can lose myself has been a dream of mine ever since I first spent a weekend with Front Office Football.
  6. To all intents and purposes, this game is identical to "Football Manager." The difference is while Brits understand the beautiful game, we haven't a clue about ice hockey. [Aug 2005, p.95]
  7. NHL Eastside Hockey Manager 2005 is a step into a right direction after the unfinished feeling given by first game. However, it still needs more polishing before it can become a classic manager game like "Football Manager." [August 2005, p.69]

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